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Root hair formation: F-actin-dependent tip growth is initiated by local assembly of profilin-supported F-actin meshworks accumulated within expansin-enriched bulges.
Plant root hair formation is initiated when specialized elongating root epidermis cells (trichoblasts) assemble distinct domains at the plasma membrane/cell wall cell periphery complexes facing the… Expand
A Membrane Microdomain-Associated Protein, Arabidopsis Flot1, Is Involved in a Clathrin-Independent Endocytic Pathway and Is Required for Seedling Development[C][W]
This work reveals that Flot1 functions in Arabidopsis thaliana seedling development and is involved in a membrane microdomain-dependent, but clathrin-independent, endocytic pathway. Moreover, the… Expand
Endocytosis of cell surface material mediates cell plate formation during plant cytokinesis.
Dividing plant cells perform a remarkable task of building a new cell wall within the cytoplasm in a few minutes. A long-standing paradigm claims that this primordial cell wall, known as the cell… Expand
GFP-FABD2 fusion construct allows in vivo visualization of the dynamic actin cytoskeleton in all cells of Arabidopsis seedlings.
- B. Voigt, A. Timmers, J. Šamaj, J. Müller, F. Baluška, D. Menzel
- Biology, Medicine
- European journal of cell biology
- 6 July 2005
In vivo visualization of filamentous actin in all cells of Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings is essential for understanding the numerous roles of the actin cytoskeleton in diverse processes of cell… Expand
The Root Apex of Arabidopsis thaliana Consists of Four Distinct Zones of Growth Activities
- Jean-Pierre Verbelen, Tinne De Cnodder, Jie Le, K. Vissenberg, F. Baluška
- Medicine, Biology
- Plant signaling & behavior
- 1 November 2006
In the growing apex of Arabidopsis thaliana primary roots, cells proceed through four distinct phases of cellular activities. These zones and their boundaries can be well defined based on their… Expand
Aluminum-Induced Gene Expression and Protein Localization of a Cell Wall-Associated Receptor Kinase in Arabidopsis1
Here, we report the aluminum (Al)-induced organ-specific expression of a WAK1 (cell wall-associated receptor kinase 1) gene and cell type-specific localization of WAK proteins in Arabidopsis.… Expand
Aluminum-induced 1-->3-beta-D-glucan inhibits cell-to-cell trafficking of molecules through plasmodesmata. A new mechanism of aluminum toxicity in plants.
Symplastic intercellular transport in plants is achieved by plasmodesmata (PD). These cytoplasmic channels are well known to interconnect plant cells to facilitate intercellular movement of water,… Expand
Plant neurobiology: an integrated view of plant signaling.
- E. Brenner, R. Stahlberg, S. Mancuso, J. Vivanco, F. Baluška, E. Van Volkenburgh
- Medicine, Biology
- Trends in plant science
- 1 August 2006
Plant neurobiology is a newly focused field of plant biology research that aims to understand how plants process the information they obtain from their environment to develop, prosper and reproduce… Expand
The Signal Transducer NPH3 Integrates the Phototropin1 Photosensor with PIN2-Based Polar Auxin Transport in Arabidopsis Root Phototropism[C][W]
This work examines blue light–induced root phototropism, finding that it requires the phot1/NONPHOTOTROPIC HYPOCOTYL3 signaling pathway, which stimulates shootward auxin flux by changing PIN2… Expand
Disruption of actin filaments by latrunculin B affects cell wall construction in Picea meyeri pollen tube by disturbing vesicle trafficking.
The involvement of actin filaments (AFs) in vesicle trafficking, cell wall construction and tip growth was investigated during pollen tube development of Picea meyeri. Pollen germination and tube… Expand